club leader

£12211.43 - £12212.43 per annum
East London
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Job description

Hours of Work: 26.75 hours per week, 3 hours are included for preparation to be worked across the week as appropriate, term time only

Job Purpose

To be responsible for the running of the After School Club in line with YMCA St Paul's Group standards and procedures. To lead a team in the delivery of high-quality child care primary-aged children.

Duties & Responsibilities

To provide quality childcare service, in accordance with Ofsted regulations and YMCA ST Paul's Group standards by:

  • Applying professional standards of care at all times with due regard for the safety, physical and emotional needs of the children, including an awareness of child protection/safeguarding
  • Creating a welcoming and happy environment for all by helping to ensure that club rules are implemented and adequate behaviour maintained
  • Promptly dealing with anything of an unusual or serious nature reported by the After School Club Play workers
  • Helping to ensure that children are provided with a variety of nutritious snacks with due regard for food safety, dietary requirements, allergies and hygiene in line with School Food Trust requirements and the DfES Food Standards
  • Any damage to the premises is reported by the After School Club Play workers are dealt with promptly, referring to After School Club Coordinator and or Centre Services Manager as appropriate.
  • Club equipment is adequately maintained and cared for and to take part in a regular programme of cleaning and tidying equipment and storage areas
  • Provide a variety of creative and appropriate play activities, by planning, together with other staff and the children, varied weekly and term activity programmes
  • Encourage the play space to be freely chosen and personally directed by the children themselves; incorporating the play work principles into daily operations.
  • Support children by displaying positive behaviour and taking the time to build relationships with each child in the club
  • Working in such a way that high standards of health and safety are maintained and undertake half-termly fire drills

Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer. Job suitability is assessed on merit in accordance with the individual's skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.

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